Everyone has different methods they use to relax. While some sit in front of the TV like a lethargic butternut, others find relaxation in bathing in rose petals, cuddling up with a packet of chips or zoning out to Whale Sounds: The Greatest Wails. Experience true relaxation with today’s Groupon: a full set of acrylic or gel nails and a full body hot stone massage or a deep cleansing facial and a full body hot stone massage for R199 at Top Coat Nails and Beauty.
If your body is calling for a ‘time-out’ from the newest Whale Sounds CD, it’s time to give it the TLC it so clearly needs. Enter Top Coat Nails and Beauty; a new salon in Little Falls, Roodepoort that knows a thing or two about the art of relaxation. A private and serene hidey-hole for aching appendages and alley-cat-esque nails; the fun and stylish salon immediately puts you at ease with their friendly and professional beauty therapists and comfortable treatment rooms.
Now for those alley-cat nails; although both gel nails and acrylic nails have a natural appearance, the one which is best for you depends entirely on your preference. If natural is a first and foremost for you then gel nails are more suitable. Acrylic nails are just as durable, but are perfect if you want to add some length to worn or stubby nails.
For a back that’s fallen off the beaten track and neck and shoulders that feel as if they’ve been used as a playschool trampoline, put your pain in the healing hands of the therapists and those revolutionary hot-stones and relax as they knead away nit-picking knots and melt the muscles into a mellow state of marshmallowy relaxation. Last but not least, whether your skin is dehydrated, dry or just bored – choose a deep cleansing facial and watch it come to life with unprecedented glee.
Give your body something to smile about and find a form of relaxation you never thought possible at Top Coat Nails and Beauty.
Manicured fact: In March 2010, a Turkish fashionista and part-time cycad-collector designed the first energy drink for fingernails. Containing petroleum, sodium dytrotomine and daisy-essence, the effectiveness of the drink was later described as “as much of a fantasy as the place where Noddy lives”.